Monopole in Makati: A Private Haven for Wine Lovers
Updated as of December 13, 2019
Let your taste buds travel to the vineyards of Napa Valley through Monopole Wine Bar’s wide array of premium wines and champagnes!
By virtue of its imported Zalto glasses made especially for expert wine and champagne drinkers among others, there’s no denying that Monopole sets the bar higher for wine aficionados—making it the perfect place for your late-night wine sessions in the midst of Makati City.
If you’re looking for an intimate place where you can just sit, drink, and let the night drift away, Monopole is the place to go. Aside from the usual red and white wines, you’ll find some of the owner’s limited edition collection in the wine chiller too.
What’s more, you may ask the wine bar’s sommelier for their best-kept wines among the 300 labels and brands available, as well as request or order some specialty wine that they can find for you and have it shipped here in the Philippines including bottles of Charles Heidsieck, Chateau Margaux, and Honig.
Wine chiller that holds hundreds of unique wines and champagnes
Champagne Charles Heidsieck (Php4000+)
To get the most of your Monopole experience, partner your drink of choice with cheese platters comprised of cold cuts, dried fruits, and nuts!
Cheese Platter (Php 900 for half portion/Php 1,500 for full) and a bottle of Tarlant Tradition
Monopole features an interior that is not only elegant but also practical with a touch of comfort, as well as a bar that is accented by warm lights by UK-based brand Tom Dixon.
A mix of black, marbles, leather, and wood completes the look of Monopole
Also read: Estate Wine in Makati Offers A Personalized Wine Experience
How to go here
- Monopole Wine Bar is located on the ground floor of Greenbelt Excelsior Bldg. along Palanca St. in Legaspi Village, Makati City.
- By car: From Landmark, head north to Makati Ave. and turn slightly until you can make a u-turn to Ayala Ave. Turn right onto Dela Rosa St., and then turn left onto Castro—Monopole will be on the left.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English magazine December 2019 issue